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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Death of a comedians career

Now and again, movie stars get too big for their boots. Occasionally they do something they regret, and usually, it can be resolved by publicists and lawyers. But tonight, I bring you news of the irrevokable death of a comedian... Seinfelds Kramer (Michael Richards) made a big mistake. To an audience at a famous L.A. comedy club last Friday, Richards was clearly drunk, and quite obviously volotile when he made remarks that were unquestionably racist and which clearly offended the audience in a huge way. This is inexcusable behaviour regardless of who you are, and in no way should any excuse be made whatsoever after this tirade of abuse and completely unfunny comedy. I've never really been a fan of Seinfeld, but having learned that seinfeld, whilst promoting the 7th season DVD of the hit american comedy on the David Letterman show, insisted that Letterman jibe at Michael Richards. Richards, Despite the wisecracks from Letterman, appeared on the show to offer some defense to his actions. During his explanation, the audience began to chuckle. Jerry Seinfeld was quick to chastize the audience saying: "stop laughing, it ain't funny."

Well no shit Jezzah...

1 comment:

wigga mcleish said...

nigga, you aint shit an' yo' jokes aint neither...